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The Further Education Recruitment Company Continues Its Growth

FE Recruitment specialist Chimeara Recruitment has continued to grow, doubling their turnover last year. This growth has been through developing long-term relationships with their existing customers as well as winning large new clients.

Chimeara specialise in permanent FE recruitment. They have developed an excellent reputation for growing and developing teams on behalf of their clients. Chimeara’s specialism is providing Permanent recruitment solutions to Training Providers and the Work Based Learning market, with clients such as Protocol Skills, VT Plus and JHP. The plan for 2005 is to continue the success and work more closely with FE College Work Based Learning departments, as well as continuing to develop innovative recruitment solutions for the industry.

Chimeara has doubled its turnover in each of the past three years. Asking Managing Director Gavin O”Meara what is the secret of their success is, he said, “Our main strength is our long term partnerships with our clients. We understand their needs and we attract and match candidates against these needs. As we are Work Based Learning and Further Education specialists, the Chimeara Consultant’s time is not diluted on working in several different sectors, so we can move very quickly to fill positions and match candidates against urgent needs.”

Chimeara, who use the motto: Chimeara. Making A Difference, are still continuing to do so. They designate a percentage of their profit to charity and have continued to support a youth work project in East London who work with disadvantaged and at risk youth, as well as supporting several families in Africa.

Last year saw the company move to the famous Container City office complex at Trinity Buoy Wharf in East London. Eric Reynolds designed the award winning Container City complex, which is both environmentally friendly and stylish. Made out of recycled sea containers, it is located opposite the Dome in East London.

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